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1 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Withdraw this Ministerial Nomination, Mr. President
But consider the 'Ekitigate' whereof an alleged audio record of political conspiracy that plausibly influenced the outcome of the gubernatorial elections in Ekiti State has surfaced. ... The President's response has been typical. The suggestion was that the audio record was fabricated for political motives. ... The president has recently nominated Mr. Obanikoro, an erstwhile minister and a pivotal party cited in the Ekititgate shenanigan.
2 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Intellectual Property: Leveraging on Diaspora Exchange (II)
Africa's ability to leverage on its increasing visibility and preference for South-South economic partnerships will significantly depend on how well it is equipped to manage the intellectual property complements and components of the contemporary economic transformations.
3 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - My Watch and Obasanjo exceptionalism
Obasanjo would have us all believe that he could be exonerated from the current state of affairs in Nigeria. That is exceptionalism! Like two different individuals with radically different backgrounds, clearly Obasanjo and Jonathan have run two different presidencies. But given Obasanjo's role in the making of the Jonathan presidency, his membership of the ruling party, he could have vicarious exposure for the failure or success of the Jonathan administration.
4 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Intellectual Property: Leveraging on Diaspora Exchange (I)
The two technologies of transformation and global transition to the knowledge economy are essentially proprietary. Consequently, current African economic activism and attractiveness is consolidated through the pivotal role of intellectual properties rights. It is hardly surprising that intellectual property rights have expanded exponentially since the mid-1990s in order to optimize benefits and control for innovators.
5 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Aminu Tambuwal: Whose Presidential Race?
In the minds of pundits, suspicions are rife that Tambuwal's entry into the presidential race or his pretension thereto may be designed to jolt or jeopardize the prospects of more serious contender(s) in the opposition party. By extension, such a strategy would also have vicarious consequences on the ultimate fortunes or misfortunes of the ruling party and the entire political landscape in Nigeria come 2015.
6 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Africa's renewal: Burkina Faso and Youth Power
The political class should not claim credit for the turn of events in Burkina this past two weeks. It was for the most part a youth-led movement. From Ouagadougou to Bobo-Dioulasso, the reality evinces popular discontent by Burkinabe youths against the political class. The youths have violently vented their frustrations against political leaders of all shades and against symbols of state power.
7 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - For the Falconets: This victory is personal
He pressed his head to my bosom. I looked down. I observed some tears rolling down his little cheek as we sat on the sofa watching Nigeria engage Germany in a game of skills and wits. Then he said (as if I did not notice), 'Daddy, Germany has scored'. And I replied, 'son, it is ok; there is still some time. It is not over yet'.
8 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - African leaders' blackmail of the International Criminal Court
If not for the double speak of African leaders on the ICC, the recent call they made regarding the docking of serving African heads of state would merit pensive introspection, at least from a practical point of view. On the double speak, African leaders have conveniently, in the words of Bishop Desmond Tutu, 'played both the race and colonial cards' to undermine the ICC. But these are hollow charges when confronted with the important statistics regarding African representation in the Court....
9 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Why there is no ideology under the umbrella
No one, no matter how frugal, uses the umbrella for too long, let alone a country! A nation that is politically anchored on an umbrella reminds me of once an airline that was symbolized by an elephant! It has since been interred. Even when one gets a roadside cobbler or like artisan that claims expertise in umbrella repair to fix or, as we say in Nigeria, to patch a broken umbrella, that intervention does not last.
10 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - America's Syrian dilemma: To bomb or not to bomb
Why is the United States now inevitably drawn into the Syrian crisis in a do-and-be-damned and do-not-and-be-damned situation? It started with Mr. Obama's uttering of the ominous phrase 'crossing the red line'; a reference to potential use of chemical weapon by Syria's Assad, which development Obama promised would attract some consequences. I advance further a number of reasons for America's dilemma on Syria.

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